Her co-workers included a former Israeli soldier named Asher Karni.
Barbara Guggenheim is a partner in the art consulting firm Guggenheim, Asher Associates.
“You have to draw the line—nobody else will,” says hip-hop sensation Asher Roth.
Asher King Abramson, UCLA Quidditch president and beater, agreed.
More often, Asher sees the phenomenon at work in questions on social policy, like the Common Core educational standards.
The ancient Hebraic tribe under which he would be classed was that of Asher, and the ruling angel of the sign is Asmodel.
Without ceremony or farewell, Asher crawled inside his tube.
Asher sprang toward Shirley, who was sitting upright, staring wildly at the two.
Not the small gun, such as Asher had concealed in his pocket.
Asher Lmmlein gained a troop of adherents, who spread his prophecies.
masc. proper name, biblical son of Jacob (also the name of a tribe descended from him), from Hebrew, literally "happy."
happy, Jacob's eigth son; his mother was Zilpah, Leah's handmaid (Gen. 30:13). Of the tribe founded by him nothing is recorded beyond its holding a place in the list of the tribes (35:26; 46:17; Ex. 1:4, etc.) It increased in numbers twenty-nine percent, during the thirty-eight years' wanderings. The place of this tribe during the march through the desert was between Dan and Naphtali (Num. 2:27). The boundaries of the inheritance given to it, which contained some of the richest soil in Palestine, and the names of its towns, are recorded in Josh. 19:24-31; Judg. 1:31, 32. Asher and Simeon were the only tribes west of the Jordan which furnished no hero or judge for the nation. Anna the prophetess was of this tribe (Luke 2:36).